We strive to bring programming from Our Clubhouse into the western Pennsylvania community. We currently reach several hospitals and are available to schools and other community centers who may be interested in the program.
If you are interested in learning more please contact Our Clubhouse at 412.338.1919 or email Colleen at email@example.com.
Living Life Post Cancer Treatment
A program for adult survivors of any cancer diagnosis who have completed treatment within the last 2 years. The program will help you transition from active cancer treatment to post-treatment life. Click here to learn more.
A program that offers support and guidance to children and teens of cancer patients. Click here to learn more.
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Click here to see the August schedule. Staff and volunteers visit the Oncology & Bone Marrow Transplant Unit 1 to 2 times per week and offer diverse activities for the whole family. This workshop is intended to serve as a respite from hospital life but also as a way to connect families. Admitted patients and their friends and family members are welcome to attend. The night includes arts & crafts, games, play and lots of laughs!
Staff is also available to provide families with information about Our Clubhouse as well as complete membership paperwork on-site to those interested.
AHN Allegheny General Hospital
Staff visits the oncology treatment rooms and provide art projects for those receiving treatment and their families. Staff is at Allegheny General Hospital on Thursdays and Mondays on a rotating basis. Email Kirsten at firstname.lastname@example.org for a complete schedule.
West Penn Hospital
Staff visits the T7 In-Patient Oncology Unit every Friday with a snack cart.
Magee Women's Hospital
Volunteers visit the Oncology and Radiation waiting rooms every Tuesday to share information about Our Clubhouse.
Our Clubhouse is continually expanding professional education opportunities. Check back for an extended list of upcoming workshops.
This is a presentation available for hospitals, medical settings, schools, libraries and other community settings in the Pittsburgh area to help parents, caregivers, professional staff and others who are looking for information on talking to children and teens about cancer.